Review: Black Sheep

Black Sheep Black Sheep by Tabatha Vargo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Crystal's 5 star review
I have sat on this review, not sure how to word it. How do you describe a book that has just completely moved you? I’m not sure that I can.
Tyson had the absolute worst childhood one can have. At the tender age of 12 he is now an orphan and being moved from foster home to foster home. Then he lucks out and a friend of his father is found. That friend agrees to take Tyson in and his life is forever changed.
Tyson is given the one thing he never had growing up. Family. The Palmer’s took him in, cared for him, and called him their own. But inside, Tyson felt the same blackness he had always felt. Even being around Nicole, the Palmer’s daughter couldn’t erase the blackness he felt inside.
This book is the story of the Tyson and Nicole, but it’s so much more. The passion and the depth to the writing. The world that Ms. Vargo created is just astonishing. I sit here in front of my computer and I just have no words to express the depth of gratitude, the honor I had in reading this book. It is such a moving story. There are plenty of times that I cried while reading this. The emotions it brought forth was just exhausting, but in the best way possible. This is no sweet, cute, quick HEA. It’s a book to be savored and re-read. An amazing read!!

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